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You Can Do It, but Should You?

Posted by Lee Farabaugh on Nov 21, 2020 1:00:11 PM

Have you ever looked at a project, known that it needs to get done, but just not want to tackle it yourself?

Let me give you an example.

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Topics: APIs, banking, Development, Ellie Mae, Services, outsource, staff augmentation, Plaid, Constellation

A Tale of Two Yard Sales

Posted by Lee Farabaugh on Nov 10, 2020 12:41:27 PM

In my old neighborhood, the first weekend in October was the Neighborhood Yard Sale. And it was a capital-B Big Deal. For most of us, it was a chance to do a few minor decluttering or organization projects. But for a couple of my neighbors, it was an opportunity to fundraise for their favorite charities.

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Topics: Services, outsource, implementations, saas

Top 5 Use Cases for APIs in Fintech

Posted by Lee Farabaugh on Oct 23, 2020 2:11:03 PM

The other day, I was having tea with a mentor of mine who is a few years from retirement. She and her husband stumbled upon a little patch of heaven about an hour away from the city.

It’s a 100-year-old refurbished farmhouse, surrounded by 80+ acres of well-maintained pasture and  picturesque rolling hills. As if that wasn’t perfect enough, she can relax from their wraparound porch overlooking a tranquil, two-acre pond — the ideal place to relax and unwind. So of course, they bought it.

It’s a dream come true for my mentor, and I was excited for her. I had to know her secret to finding this jewel. Naturally, the next question out of my mouth was, "How in the world did you find such a stunning place in a perfect location?"

That is when the dreaminess of the story broke down.

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Topics: fintech, APIs, banking, Ellie Mae, Services, outsource, WalletFi

Bank Local, Be Cool

Posted by Katie Weckler, CFP® on Sep 26, 2019 11:13:24 AM

 

When was the first time you stepped into a bank? Did you get a Lolli Pop from the teller? Did you open your first checking account and receive a laminated temporary debit card?

FDIC Chairman, Jelena McWilliams, recalled observing both of these and other practices of a bygone era when she recently took an exploratory trip to a local community bank in rural Virginia. At one of my favorite events of #BostonFintechWeek2019,

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Topics: fintech, banking, featured, outsource, Talent, Boston Fintech Week

Choose a partner who can demonstrate a proven methodology

Posted by Tatum Utley on Aug 29, 2019 9:19:06 AM

It is imperative that the firm you outsource your software development work to is able to articulate their methodology.

Key questions they should be able to answer are:

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Topics: Core10 Way, #featured, fintech, featured, Services, outsource

Top 8 Mistakes You're Making with Your Fintech Project

Posted by Tatum Utley on Jun 19, 2019 4:11:26 PM

As the key stakeholder, you have decided to outsource your company's next software development project. Who are you going to trust to further your digital roadmap? How can you ensure you’re choosing the right partner? What steps need to be in place internally and externally to guarantee success?

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Topics: #featured, Leadership, outsource

The top reasons to outsource Fintech Development

Posted by Tatum Utley on Jan 7, 2019 1:32:58 PM
To learn more about outsourcing software development, please download our white paper,  Creating a Successful Strategy for Software Development Outsourcing.
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Topics: Core10 Way, Development, featured, hereshore, outsource

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